E-Editions | Subscriptions | Contact Us | About Us | Classifieds | FREE Classified – Items Under $50 | Photos
The Lakeland Times | Minocqua, Wisc.
Monday, July 16, 2018
Mulleady Realtors

Did you know that you can get The Lakeland Times E-Edition for FREE if you have a print subscription? Email subscriptions@lakelandtimes.com or call 715-356-5236

Comprehensive planning...

Lions Club pavilion, bike trail and scenic overlooks


Allen faces burglary...



Mendota Gridiron Club...



Beyond thoughts and...

United Methodist Church of the Pines gathers disaster relief...


On Tuesday the Minocqua Plan Commission began the next part of what may take some time to accomplish: putting together a comprehensive, master plan for improvements to Torpy Park. (subscriber access)


Comment sought on NHAL motorized hunting access
Contributed map

In accordance with the Natural Resources Board’s approval of the amended master plan for the NHAL, 35 miles of roads in the forest are proposed to be open for vehicle traffic from Sept. 1 to the last day of the 4-day December antlerless hunt. Public comment on the proposal is now being accepted.
Contributed map

In accordance with the Natural Resources Board’s approval of the amended master plan for the NHAL, 35 miles of roads in the forest are proposed to be open for vehicle traffic from Sept. 1 to the last day of the 4-day December antlerless hunt. Public comment on the proposal is now being accepted.
The Northern Highland-American Legion (NHAL) State Forest was established in 1925 to protect the headwaters of the Wisconsin, Flambeau, and Manitowish Rivers. It is the largest state forest in the state, encompassing more than 232,000 acres. (subscriber access)

Friday, July 13, 2018
Read More

News
Oneida County | Vilas County | Business
Buza requests new judge
A request for a substitute judge in Oneida County Circuit Court by a woman accused of threatening and holding a nurse practitioner against her will has been approved. (subscriber access)

Friday, July 13, 2018
Read More
Woodruff signs fire truck purchase agreement
On Tuesday, the Woodruff Town Board signed a purchase agreement for a Pierce Ascendent for $819,673. (subscriber access)

Friday, July 13, 2018
Read More
Oneida, Vilas, Iron counties and LdF tribe consider hiring special prosecutor
At a Tuesday meeting of the Oneida County Administration Committee, supervisor Billy Fried and chief sheriff's deputy Dan Hess asked committee members to consider hiring a special prosecutor dedicated to handling just drug cases and to work across jurisdictional lines in criminal courts in Oneida, Vilas, and Iron counties. (subscriber access)

Friday, July 13, 2018
Read More
Plum Lake moves ATV ordinance draft forward
On Tuesday the Plum Lake Town Board approved, on a 2 to 1 vote, a draft ordinance for all terrain vehicles and utility vehicles. (Subscriber access)

Friday, July 13, 2018
Read More
St. Germain sets dates for proposed building project
The St. Germain Town Board on Monday set dates and times for upcoming meetings dealing with its proposed building project. If approved by voters, it would mean the end of the town's red brick schoolhouse, dating to 1941, as well as its current community center, built in the late 1970s. (subscriber access)

Friday, July 13, 2018
Read More
Boulder Junction business owner charged with tax fraud
Tax fraud and business theft charges have been filed against a Boulder Junction business owner already facing elder financial abuse allegations. (subscriber access)

Tuesday, July 10, 2018
Read More
Opinions
Yet another bad decision on the Fourth Amendment
The Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution is not as well known as its First and Second Amendment counterparts, but the right to be free from unreasonable searches and seizures by the government is vital to liberty. (subscriber access)

Friday, July 13, 2018
Read More
State's merit pay system needs reform
It's a little bit of sticker shock - actually, a lot of sticker shock - to find out that state government has just handed out $11.6 million in bonuses - close to $2,500 for each of about 4,700 state workers. (subscriber access)

Friday, July 6, 2018
Read More
Can we survive this divide?
Never in our lifetime has our elected government been so blatantly attacked from within by legislators of the opposition party. For the sake of our republic and progeny it must end before it escalates beyond our control. (subscriber access)

Tuesday, July 3, 2018
Read More
Court strikes a blow for open records
As we report in today's edition, a state court of appeals has bolstered the state's open records law in a major way, ruling in favor of the release of closed investigatory records that a UW-Oshkosh professor, Willis Hagen, had tried to stop. (subscriber access)

Friday, June 29, 2018
Read More
The Racism Isn't Surprising Anymore
Can we stop pretending to be shocked when a member of the Trump administration - or one of its prominent supporters - emits a squib of stinking racism? (subscriber access)
(1 comments)


Friday, June 29, 2018
Read More
Anti-mining forces march over the cliff of credibility
It has often been said that if you lie down with dogs, you will get upon with fleas. (subscriber access)

Tuesday, June 26, 2018
Read More
Outdoors
Features | Hunting | Fishing
RUN FREE
The Northwoods Wildlife Center recently released a coyote back into the wild after rehabilitating it. The Wildlife Center cares for and rehabilitates various types of animals, including coyotes. They also keep certain animals, who are not able to be rehabilitated, and use them for educational purposes for both children and adults. (subscriber access)

Friday, July 13, 2018
Read More
Gardening gone wild: Finding edible treasures in the Northwoods
Going from "farm to table" is a phrase that has been thrown around in social circles and news media to decoratively describe the age-old tradition of growing food in your backyard. What is also age-old, and increasingly popular, is the lost art of bringing food from "woods to table," or foraging in the wilderness for edible treasures. (subscriber access)

Friday, July 13, 2018
Read More
Vilas County boat decontamination unit ready to hit the launch ramps
Lake health is important to most Northwoods residents and visitor alike. Stopping the spread of invasive species is important to lake health. Through a partnership with UW-Oshkosh, Vilas County has been able to procure use of a pressure washer as a boat decontamination unit to help with this fight. (subscriber access)

Friday, July 13, 2018
Read More
Fish like a girl
Every week, we are treated to laughs and life lessons in the column of Leon "Buckshot" Anderson. His "Traveling Trails Less Traveled" is found every week in the Outdoors section and, I have to admit, is always one of my favorite reads of the week. While all of our columnists in the Outdoors section are very informative and a treat to read, Buckshot's storytelling style is often unparalleled. (subscriber access)

Friday, July 13, 2018
Read More
traveling trails less traveled
A recent discussion with a visiting angler concerning the Five Lakes Project in Vilas County prompted me to produce this column to inform others about this unique, pristine and highly interesting project concerning this group of five lakes, the beginnings of which began way back in 1946. (subscriber access)

Friday, July 13, 2018
Read More
the lake where you live
Birch Lake, where I live, just grazes the Northern Highland-American Legion State Forest. I can get to the site off the end of a town road and have visited it several times to enjoy the shade of enormous hemlock trees on a hilltop. (subscriber access)

Friday, July 13, 2018
Read More
LT Sports
Sports | Lakeland Union High School | Mercer High School
Clutch hitting late propels Snowhawks to first win in 2018
LAKE TOMAHAWK - The Lake Tomahawk Snowhawks have gotten off to a slow start to the 2018 season. (subscriber access)

Friday, July 13, 2018
Read More
Clutch hitting late propels Snowhawks to first win in 2018
LAKE TOMAHAWK - The Lake Tomahawk Snowhawks have gotten off to a slow start to the 2018 season. (subscriber access)

Friday, July 13, 2018
Read More
Nomm brothers stand out at PGA Junior Tour event
A pair of Minocqua teenagers competed in the Wisconsin PGA Junior Tour at Bull's Eye Country Club in Wisconsin Rapids last Saturday. (subscriber access)

Friday, July 13, 2018
Read More
Northwoods Fastpitch 14U wins Northern Chill tourney
The Northwoods Fastpitch 14U softball took first place in the Northern Chill Softball Tournament held from June 29-July 1 in Calumet, Mich.

Northwoods won all four of its games in the tournament, scoring at least 10 runs in three of those games. (subscriber access)


Friday, July 13, 2018
Read More
It's time to get tough with domestic violence offenders
Professional athletes have plenty of critics. Currently the most common topic critics of the NFL complain about are those who kneel during the national anthem. Salary amounts for professional athletes has also long been a complaint for critics. (subscriber access)

Friday, July 13, 2018
Read More
Wisconsin State Golf Tournament results
The Father Dodge Knights of Columbus Council 7827 in Woodruff held the 2018 Wisconsin State Golf Tournament at the Trout Lake Golf Course in Arbor Vitae on Saturday and Sunday, June 9 and 10. (subscriber access)

Tuesday, July 10, 2018
Read More
Letters
Support for Griffin Jones
To the Editor:

A while back, I was asked who I thought I would endorse for the U.S. Senate and I really didn't know what to say. I, along with a lot of American citizens, were feeling pretty disappointed in our governmental process. (subscriber access)


Friday, July 13, 2018
Read More
Trump and Harley-Davidson
To the Editor:

You know, with Trump's recent rantings about Harley-Davidson moving some production overseas to avoid tariffs that he is responsible for, and telling them that such a move "will be the beginning of the end" for Harley, and also threatening them with retaliatory taxes. I have three simple questions for Trump: (subscriber access)


Friday, July 13, 2018
Read More
'Will you be ready?'
To the Editor:

The next Wisconsin election is the 2018 partisan primary on Tuesday, Aug. 14. Will you be ready and able to vote? Some preparation now could save you time and trouble at the polls and will help ensure that your vote counts. (subscriber access)


Friday, July 13, 2018
Read More
Respect Al Gedicks
To the Editor:

We would like to respond to the editorial by Gregg Walker and Richard Moore of June 26, which disparages our friend of 42 years, Al Gedicks.


Tuesday, July 10, 2018
Read More
Nature vs. ATVs
To the Editor:

When the people of Vilas County answered the question on the 2004 referendum asking if they wanted ATVs on their county land, 63 percent voted against an ATV presence.


Tuesday, July 10, 2018
Read More
Let's hear what Gedicks has to say
To the Editor:

As someone who was denounced in the pages of The Lakeland Times in the early 1990s by the notorious anthropologist James Clifton over our different positions on Ojibwe treaty rights, I want to comment on the relevance of Richard Moore's rehearsal of the circumstances around the conviction of the so-called anti-mining activist Al Gedicks almost 50 years ago. (subscriber access)


Friday, July 6, 2018
Read More
Community
Features | Area events calendar | Events/concerts
The population of children with special needs in the Northwoods is growing and Gracie's Place in Woodruff seeks to fill gaps in services for those children. (subscriber access)

Friday, July 13, 2018
Read More
LUHS Class of 1978 40th reunion July 28
Members of the Lakeland Union High School Class of 1978 and teachers from the 1970s are invited to come to the 40th class reunion, to be held at 4 p.m. on Saturday, July 28 at the Hazelhurst Town Hall with dinner served at 6 p.m.

Cost is $15 per person. RSVP by July 20 to Kim Schmutzler at karyle@smutz.net. (Subscriber access)


Friday, July 13, 2018
Read More
Irish Fest returns to Manitowish Waters July 19-21
What has become a special tradition in Manitowish Waters will continue on July 19, 20 and 21 as Irish Fest returns to the Ye Olde Shillelagh. In its third year, the event will prove to be bigger than ever, and Craig VanArk couldn't be more excited. (subscriber access)

Friday, July 13, 2018
Read More
Bear Cupboard Run on July 21
Lakeland Pantry's largest yearly fundraiser, the Bear Cupboard Run, will be held on Saturday morning, July 21 with race activities centered around Minocqua's Torpy Park. (subscriber access)

Friday, July 13, 2018
Read More
World Championship Musky Classic on Sept. 7-9
The 42nd annual World Championship Musky Classic fishing tournament will be held on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 7, 8 and 9. (subscriber access)

Friday, July 13, 2018
Read More
Lakeland area veterans to make another Highground trip
The Lakeland Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7898 based in Woodruff has chartered a bus to take veterans to The Highground Veterans Memorial near Neillsville. (subscriber access)

Friday, July 13, 2018
Read More
E-editions (Free)
Electronic Editions | Subscribe to E-editions | January/February, 2017 Winter Times
Electronic Editions - subscriber-access
January 29, 2013 | February 5, 2013 | February 8, 2013
E-Editions
July 13, 2018
Northwoods Super Shopper — July 11, 2018
July 10, 2018

    Recently Commented     Most Viewed
Hazelhurst Flea Market, Craft and Classic Car Show (1 comment)
Richards headed to nation's top prep hockey school (1 comment)
The Climate Hoax (7 comments)
The Racism Isn't Surprising Anymore (1 comment)
Northwoods Super Shopper moving to Wednesday distribution (1 comment)
Traveling trails less traveled (1 comment)
Leonard Schuster: Recalling his service aboard PT 128 (3 comments)
Minocqua Chain to host four bass tournaments this summer (2 comments)
An update on Responders Retreat Inc. (1 comment)
Licia Kuckkahn Johnson wins Non-Formal Educator of the Year (1 comment)
Bob Dylan and climate change (1 comment)
Six reasons to still hate Obamacare (1 comment)
Support for Vukmir (1 comment)
'Climate hysteria' (5 comments)
­Zeke David Metzger (1 comment)
Woodruff takes action on fire truck, disagrees with Minocqua's boat patrol choice (1 comment)
First wild deer tests positive for CWD in Oneida County (1 comment)
'Enough is finally enough' (1 comment)
Reader responds to Curtis letter (1 comment)
Parade of fools (9 comments)

Advanced Search
search sponsored by



Subscription Login
LOGIN | SUBSCRIBE











American Investigator





Life
Life | Snow/Trail Conditions | Road Conditions | Wisconsin Lottery | Facebook

Lakeland Printing, Inc. • P.O. Box 790 • Minocqua, WI 54548

The Lakeland Times • The Northwoods Super Shopper
Phone: (715) 356-5236 • Fax: (715) 358-2121

Members of the Wisconsin Newspaper Association, Wisconsin Community Papers, Rhinelander Area Chamber of Commerce, Minocqua Area Chamber of Commerce

Software © 1998-2018
1up! Software
, All Rights Reserved